Rift Safari
Travelling along the Rift Valley:
AndBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas [western Serengeti]

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  • Seronera Wildlife Lodge 1/17 Approaching the camp
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 2/17 Lounge and mess tents
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 3/17 Lounge
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 4/17 Lounge and restaurant
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 5/17 Lunch al fresco
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 6/17 Approaching guests tents
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 7/17 A guests tent
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 8/17 Water bowl and reservoir in the outdoor veranda
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 9/17 Bedroom
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 10/17 Indoor veranda
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 11/17 Bathroom
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 12/17 Bathroom
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 13/17 Bathroom
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 14/17 Open air shower
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 15/17 Shower seen from outside
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 16/17 Hot water bottles
  • andbeyond serengeti under canvas 17/17 Pubblic Services

Under Canvas is a small mobile tented camp moving inside Serengeti [never while guests are in] along the ancestral migratory routes of the great migration. From the first or second week of June up to mid of July the camp is set up in western Serengeti. Being camp movements pre-planned in order to book the camping area with the National Park Authority the proximity to the wildebeest migration cannot be garanteed.

The camp is set up with the usual professionalism and competence of &Beyond offering high servicing standard.

It consists of 9 safari tents, attended by a private butler, well spaced out in order to grant an adequate level of privacy. Furnishing solutions are simple and linear. Each tent has en suite bathroom with flush loo and copper sink with relative water reservoir while hot water for the shower is supplied morning and evening at the time agreed with the camp staff. Electricity is supplied by solar panels and accumulated into batteries for night supply however there are no sockets in the rooms. Technology is intentionally kept to a minimum for an unforgettable African experience.

The camp is complemented by a central mess tent with lounge and dining area and by the unfailing campfire. Meals can be served privately under the starry sky .

To us it makes sense to plan to visit the Serengeti western corridor already from May when early crossing might occur. July is quite a difficult month as far as forecast on migration are concerned. Statistically between the end of June and beginning of July the wildebeest migration, fragmented in several herds, abandons the western corridor and move to Serengeti Mara. In July, having to chose between western and northern Serengeti we would rater opt to the latter one since, migration apart, it offers particularly scenic landscapes crossed by the Mara River and more tracks compared to the western corridor.

INDICATIVE RATES 2013 per night per person
from 01/04 to 31/05 $ 725 per person sharing in double
from 01/01 to 31/03 and
from 01/11 to 20/12
$ 800 per person sharing in double
from 01/06 to 31/10 and
from 21/12 to 31/12
$ 995 per person sharing in double
Triple room / Third bed Not available
Children 6 - 16 sharing with 1 or 2 adults 50% of the adults double rate

Children under 6 not permitted.
Children should always share the room with an adult.
There is one family tent at the camp which can host 2 children and 2 adults [4 adults or 3 adults and one children are not permitted]

Rates include: 3 meals a day, selection of house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, laundry, camping fee usd 100 per person per 24 Hr.
On request
private lantern lit dining under the stars.


Above rates do not include other costs associated to the trip such as for instance park entry fees, land or air transfers, game drives and any discounts that may apply in relation to the duration of the safari or to the travel period which will be automatically applied to quotations submitted.